Music On Art

Deception in Art: Psymbionic & Of The Trees – One Thing ft. Cristina Soto (Bassnectar Remix)

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Exhibit A:

Now, here we have a modern example of deception in musical artwork: HEAVY DISCO MUSIC, disguised as Again, do not, and I repeat, do not be fooled by: Psymbionic & Of The Trees – One Thing ft. Cristina Soto (Bassnectar Remix), genre dubstep or a less specific genre – electronic dance music ( not to mention the still video’s use of chromatic aberration‘d butterflies ). However! And so forth, and so on – DO NOT BE FOOLED, because even though this mmmmmmmhm music likes disco balls . . . it, it . . . IT EXPLODES THEM!!

Example of what happens to disco balls after listening to Psymbionic & Of The Trees – One Thing ft. Cristina Soto (Bassnectar Remix)

Something in somewhat of a grey area, it seems. It’s offensive because of it’s fenciveness stance. Through all this, just remember one thing guys: this song takes a liking for disco balls AND it explodes them! A two faced liar in the form of disruptions in the airwaves in between the media source and your ears. Imagine that. It’s distractful, arrogant and pious!

How does this make you feel when the disco ball is literally coming undone?

So, if you are against disco music, THIS MUSIC IS OFFENSIVE. And, if you strongly dislike disco music, THIS MUSIC IS OFFENSIVE as well. Rant over.

Don’t even get me started about how disco evolved into heavy disco, here and how it took a long, grueling 30 years to happen. That’s beyond the scope of this class.

NOTE: If you happen to enjoy it, even after my persuasive argument: throw your earbuds in the trash, confiscate your mother’s decent Pioneer speakers with mandatory 50″ subwoofer, turn them on full blast and attempt to listen to everyone bellow over the top of some electronic music build ups, extra loud bass growls and deceptive woman vocals!

PSA #2: And, if you’re still sadly Facebook’n or SnapChappin’ even after they steal your data and sell it to people that used to work @ Area 51 – just remember good luck making a worthy post on THOSE platforms that can hold any sort of candle to this or any other blog post! Umph!


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Guys and gals, until next time – may you find all the happiness that your life can fit in it’s happy spot – S.D. McKinley.